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Q: Which one is correct- my mathematics is good or my mathematics are good?

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It is not bad to be good at mathematics. It is specifically good.

both can be, it depends whether you use 'maths' to mean 'mathematics' (i.e. the subject), or maths class/lesson. you can't be good in mathematics (you should say you are good at mathematics), but you could be good in maths class/ in you maths lesson. Generally speaking, You would use: "I am good at math". "I am good in/at maths" would both be incorrect. There is no need to add the s at the end of the word "math", because math is already the general term for the different types of mathematics.

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No, the correct spelling is "mathematician" (a mathematics expert)

There is an E in the correct spelling of the word mathematics.

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That is the correct spelling of "algebra" (mathematics using variables).

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The correct answer is Associated of science trust me i had this one

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It is one word, not two. The correct spelling is goodbye.

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Different people have different skills and aptitudes: some are good at mathematics but are not great writers, some are great writers but not much good at mathematics, some are good at both and some at neither.Different people have different skills and aptitudes: some are good at mathematics but are not great writers, some are great writers but not much good at mathematics, some are good at both and some at neither.Different people have different skills and aptitudes: some are good at mathematics but are not great writers, some are great writers but not much good at mathematics, some are good at both and some at neither.Different people have different skills and aptitudes: some are good at mathematics but are not great writers, some are great writers but not much good at mathematics, some are good at both and some at neither.

You HAVE to be good at mathematics to be good at chemistry, physics and engineering. It's not a handicap, it's a necessity.

Yes.

Either is correct when speaking informally. However, neither is correct when speaking formally; the correct term is the unshortened noun 'mathematics' or verb 'mathematical'.

Mathematics helps one with critical thinking and problem solving. If a person is good in math, they will be better able to figure out situations and find solutions.